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By MissLunaRose
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I made this on a whim. Feel free to use this button to share that you are neurodivergent, or otherwise talk about neurodiversity.

"Neurodiversity is a concept where neurological differences are to be recognized and respected as any other human variation. These differences can include those labeled with Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyscalculia, Autistic Spectrum, Tourette Syndrome, and others."
—Neurodiversity Symposium

If you believe in the neurodiversity paradigm, you believe that all minds are created equal, that everyone's needs and differences should be treated with respect, and that disability should be accommodated instead of eradicated through eugenics. The neurodiversity paradigm means acceptance, support, and respect. It means compassion. It means human dignity. It means treating disabled people like worthwhile human beings, instead of problems.

:heart: This icon is open for anyone to use, disabled or otherwise, as long as you use the thumbcode or otherwise link back!
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I have autism as well!
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I have autism and tourettes and dyscalculia and adhd
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Using (I have Autism and ADHD)!
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thank you for making this
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Wait how do I use these buttons? I am Autistic. And also Luna, you are my role model! I really want to be like you. I read your stories and articles on Wikihow and actually used some of them, and you inspired me to start writing a story on Episode and Wattpad about an Autistic girl called Rose. I will not say the plot because it isn't publish though ;-;
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Using this to represent that I'm on the spectrum. ; v ;
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Awesome! I love your page.
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